Go to the link above for instruction, or just open the lastest version of Google Earth, search for Disney World, click on the gold mouse ear logo in the middle of the Seven Seas Lagoon, then click on the "click here to see Disney World in 3D" link to download and build the 3D images to your computer.
Then you just navigate as usual in Google Earth, with close to the ground images now available in 3D. I found that the imagery took a while to download and resolve on my DSL connection, and many remained a bit "cartoony." But it's still a fun way to kill way too much time online.
If you don't have Google Earth, you can get 2-D aerial views of Disney World, as well as other major U.S. theme parks, using Theme Park Insider's Google Map of U.S. theme parks. That's embedded on our Theme Park Ratings and Reviews. Just click the "SAT" option at the top of the map, then navigate into the parks you want to see. You can also see those aerial views in the Google Map by clicking on the links in the "Location" section on various park detail pages. (Find those links by clicking the park names in the column to the right).
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